Top Clinical Medical Assistant Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for a Clinical Medical Assistant. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Clinical Medical Assistant resumes they appeared on. For example, 12.5% of Clinical Medical Assistant resumes contained Patient Care as a skill. Let's find out what skills a Clinical Medical Assistant actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

The six most common skills found on Clinical Medical Assistant resumes in 2020. Read below to see the full list.

1. Patient Care

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Here's how Patient Care is used in Clinical Medical Assistant jobs:
  • Provided medical training to 12 medics on patient care procedures, immunization administration, and proper medical record documentation.
  • Documented patient care services utilizing daily logs, electronic medical record, and appropriate outside laboratory forms.
  • Provided direct patient care and education to the under-served pediatric community of the Greater Cincinnati area.
  • Distributed educational information and instructions for patient care, diagnostics, and other appropriate treatments.
  • Performed duties and responsibilities related to patient care in the ambulatory clinic environment.
  • Maintained patient confidence and protected operations by keeping patient care information confidential.
  • Delivered efficient, empathetic patient care; followed detailed physician treatment orders.
  • Prioritized daily patient care according to acuity and scheduled patient procedures.
  • Provided patient care in an Obstetrics/Gynecology office with 20+ rotating physicians.
  • Coordinated the patients' clinical visit and performs designated procedures/patient care.
  • Administer direct hands-on patient care under the supervision/direction of a provider.
  • Provided patient cares to variety of medical surgical floors throughout facility.
  • Assisted Physicians and Mid-level providers insuring optimal patient care.
  • Provided basic patient care, and administered medications.
  • Provide educational and patient care follow-up care instructions.
  • Demonstrated outstanding clinical acumen and patient care.
  • Coordinated and scheduled patient care between specialist.
  • Worked as a dual capacity member of the clinic patient care team, functioned as a medical assistant and clinic partner.
  • Collaborated with department's team, to give efficient patient care (always available to assist team, whenever needed).
  • Assisted nurses with comprehensive aspects of patient care, cleaning, grooming, including coordinating administration of food and medication.

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2. Office Supplies

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Here's how Office Supplies is used in Clinical Medical Assistant jobs:
  • Maintained inventory records and ordering office supplies.
  • Crossed trained as a Medical Assistant and Receptionist, order office supplies; scanned documents into patient s chart.
  • Handled Office Inventory and Purchasing, including pharmaceutical drugs, paper products, office supplies and medical/surgical equipment.
  • Take vital signs on patients, order office supplies, give various injections and perform electrocardiograms.
  • Inventory and order medical, lab, and office supplies and equipment as needed.
  • Maintain inventory and order medical, lab, or office supplies or equipment.
  • Abstract test results*Inventory and order medical, lab or office supplies and equipment.
  • Inventory of office supplies as well as clinical supplies for all departments.
  • Order office supplies, advertising, and dealing with drug reps.
  • Inventory for medical supplies, medications, and general office supplies.
  • Performed daily vaccine inventory, and ordered all clinical office supplies.
  • Placed orders for office supplies, equipment, and service.
  • Perform inventory and order medical office supplies and equipment.
  • Inventory for medical lab and office supplies and equipment.
  • Maintained and ordered office supplies for clinical setting.
  • Ordered office supplies and general office duties.
  • Maintained and stocked office supplies.
  • Authorized drug refills and provided prescription information to pharmacies Inventoried and ordered medical, lab and office supplies and equipment.
  • Purchased medications,vaccines and office supplies, maintaining effective inventory control.
  • Implement lab policies, order office supplies * Manage NEQCA compliance.

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3. EKG

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Here's how EKG is used in Clinical Medical Assistant jobs:
  • Perform DOT exams, EKG's, injections, vaccinations, retinal exams, and retinal imaging on diabetic patients.
  • Performed all clinical duties: Room patients, obtain vitals, reconcile medications, give injections, perform EKG's.
  • Provide hands on teaching for injections, blood draws, EKG, Sterile procedures and many more skills.
  • Performed EKG s, arranged patient referrals, monitored the clinical area and maintained inventory of medical supplies.
  • Performed basic laboratory test on the premises; blood draws, EKG, urinary test and finger sticks.
  • Conducted EKG, physical and drug screening, respiratory clearance, pulmonary function, alcohol and hearing testing.
  • Can perform 12-Lead EKG s, removal of sutures and bandages, assist with minor surgery procedures.
  • Set up and Assist the Doctors for any in office procedures as well as run EKG's.
  • Performed Strep, Flu, Urinalysis, Pregnancy and EKG in office tests as instructed by physicians.
  • Collect specimens, obtained vital signs, collect EKG results and dispense medications at our Clinic Dispensary.
  • Performed EKG procedures, PFT s, X-Rays, bone density examinations, and ancillary testing.
  • Assisted the nuclear stress technician with intravenous access and EKG application/monitoring during Nuclear Stress Test procedures.
  • Perform EKG tests, apply non-sterile dressings, record weight and height and take vital signs.
  • Obtained vitals and information, assisted with procedures, gave injections, obtained EKG readings.
  • Insert Lab results, EKG's, Pulse ox and Radiology findings into EMR charts.
  • Perform injections, EKG, assist with patient education, wound dressings and ear lavage.
  • Conducted EKG's, observed heart monitors, and administer drug screening test successfully.
  • Operated electrocardiograph (EKG) machine and other equipment to administer routine diagnostic test.
  • Performed clinical tasks such as EKG's, allergy testing, and drug screening.
  • Perform routine laboratory tests such as urinalysis, strep test, and EKG test.

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4. Vital Signs

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Here's how Vital Signs is used in Clinical Medical Assistant jobs:
  • Recorded patient history and vital signs and filled medication orders from physicians at student-run medical clinics at various homeless shelters in Madison
  • Worked closely with Nurse Practitioner to ensure vital signs obtained, medical history reviewed, patient teaching completed and charted appropriately.
  • Prepared patients for examination by performing preliminary tests and taking vital signs.
  • Interviewed patients to obtain medical histories, measured vital signs, updated medication list and recorded information in patient's charts.
  • Perform routine check in process of Veterans to include verification of patient information and demographics, vital signs and visual acuity.
  • Interviewed clients, took vital signs, initiated documentation, and prioritized care for urgently ill and injured adults and children.
  • Teach students to be proficient in vital signs acquisition, common front office & clinical procedures and Electronic Medical Record systems.
  • Job duties included placing patients in room, taking vital signs, triage patients, administering allergy shots and testing.
  • Assisted Surgeon in patient office sessions as well as procedures including performing injections, taking vital signs, assisting patients.
  • Completed standard tasks with patients such as prepping for drug screens, completing vital signs, and promoted patient education.
  • Document & report patients overall health, heart monitoring, & various vital signs (blood pressure, etc.)
  • Complete patient interview, measure vital signs, including weight, temperature, and document all information in chart.
  • Completed check-in and obtained and charted vital signs (including BP, pulse, temperature, etc.).
  • Set up exam rooms, assisted Physicians; monitored vital signs, Performed EKG's and documented patient charts.
  • Record vital signs, such as temperature, blood pressure, pulse, and respiration rate, as directed.
  • Demonstrated proficiency in taking patient medical histories and vital signs, as well as assisting with MRI procedure.
  • Communicate with patients and gather information about their ailment, health, medical history and record vital signs.
  • Obtained and entered vital signs in Health Connect (EMR), in a quick and timely manner.
  • Prepared the examination room for the patient as well as taking patients' vital signs and recording results.
  • Conducted initial patient interview, record vital signs and record in EHS (electronic health record system).

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5. Laboratory Specimens

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Here's how Laboratory Specimens is used in Clinical Medical Assistant jobs:
  • Direct patient care including Peripheral IV placement, Injection administration, collection of laboratory specimens, and patient monitoring.
  • Assisted with minor procedures, obtain laboratory specimens, perform electrocardiograms and provide patient education.
  • Ensured the timely collection of patient laboratory specimens consistent with federal and state regulations.
  • Collect and prepare laboratory specimens and perform basic laboratory tests.
  • Collect and Process routine laboratory specimens directed by the physician.
  • Collect and prepare laboratory specimens & arrange examining room.
  • Collected laboratory specimens and performed in-office testing.
  • Collected laboratory specimens & perform interoffice testing.
  • Collect laboratory specimens and samples.
  • Prepare laboratory specimens for shipment.
  • Obtained laboratory specimens for testing.
  • Collect and prepare laboratory specimens; dispense vaccines and shots; draw patients' blood; and prepare and administer medications.
  • Collect and prepare laboratory specimens, perform basic laboratory tests on the premises, dispose of contaminated supplies.
  • Collected and prepared laboratory specimens for testing, assisted physicians with exams and surgeries and wound care.
  • Preformed lab duties by collecting, prepare laboratory specimens, and perform some lab test.
  • Assisted in the collection, testing and preparation of laboratory specimens of blood and urine.
  • Assisted with the collection and/or processing of laboratory specimens as ordered by the provider.
  • Perform injections, blood collection, or other laboratory specimens and prepare them for testing
  • Nephrology-Collected blood, tissue and other laboratory specimens and prepared them for lab testing.
  • Collect and prepare laboratory specimens to be sent to lab per current approved policy.

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6. Medical Records

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Here's how Medical Records is used in Clinical Medical Assistant jobs:
  • Collect patient histories and perform physical examinations under physician supervision; evaluate results and monitor treatment plans; maintain medical records.
  • Secured patient information and maintained patient confidence by completing and safeguarding medical records; kept patient information confidential.
  • Interview patients to obtain their medical information, prepare patients for examination and maintain accurate medical records.
  • Communicate lab results and other pertinent medical information to patients after retrieving labs and medical records.
  • Requested medical records from previous and current patient clinics and hospitals to obtained patients medical history.
  • Analyzed and reviewed medical records for completeness and accuracy of documentation according to specified standards.
  • Update medical records and call patients daily with pathology reports and complete prior authorization requests
  • Coordinated admission processes and prepared medical records and agreement packets for the various practitioners.
  • Experience with medical records, retinal screenings and in-house pharmacy dispensary assistance.
  • Recorded patient medical histories and vital signs using electronic medical records system.
  • Schedule radiology testing appointments; maintain medical records and release of information.
  • Maintained medical records, thorough and accurate in completion of patient documentation.
  • Maintain electronic medical records and compose lab interpretation letters for patients.
  • Renewed patient medications, obtained medical records performed by other facilities.
  • Maintain medical records, immunizations, process medication refills & prior authorizations
  • Scan newly received health information into electronic medical records of patients.
  • Used medical program required for operation in electronic medical records.
  • Maintain patient medical records and obtain medication/procedure prior authorizations.
  • Scheduled Appointments, Records Management and Electronic Medical Records.
  • Obtained medical records- requested medical records from other facilities.

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7. Exam Rooms

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Here's how Exam Rooms is used in Clinical Medical Assistant jobs:
  • Sterilized and sanitized instruments and prepared exam rooms.
  • Sterilized and organized exam rooms.
  • Assist physician with pelvic exams, Organize exam rooms, set up for specific procedures, do general cleaning and upkeep.
  • Maintain sharps containers in all exam rooms and running incinerator equipment twice daily to ensure the safe disposal of hazardous materials.
  • Maintain sufficient supplies, stocking and cleaning exam rooms, auto-calving instrument, answering phones, and providing clerical support.
  • Set up/break down and sterilized exam rooms; Sterilized instruments in Autoclave; Managed stock and inventory of supplies.
  • Ensured the cleanliness, sanitation and maintenance of the facility, exam rooms and equipment in 180 clinical hours.
  • Prepare patients in exam rooms, collect vital signs, medication reconciliation and health histories in EMR system.
  • Assisted with office surgeries, sterilization of instruments, called in prescriptions and maintained cleanliness of exam rooms.
  • Escort patients to exam rooms, obtain medical history, vital signs and assist during examination and procedures.
  • Escort patients to exam rooms, interview patients, measure vital signs and record in the patients chart.
  • Assisted physician with minor procedures, cleaned and maintained machines for various tests, and restocked exam rooms.
  • Managed office and medical supply inventories, received deliveries and organized supplies in stockrooms and exam rooms.
  • Escorted patients to exam rooms, took weight & vitals, and obtained a brief medical history.
  • Clean examination tables between patients and also maintain the supply stock in exam rooms and lab areas.
  • Prepare, clean and sterilize equipment and exam rooms as established by standard safety and clinical protocols.
  • Prepare exam rooms, maintain supplies, and keep waiting and exam rooms neat and clean.
  • Prepared and cleaned exam rooms prior to beginning of clinic and after each exam and appointment.
  • Escort patients to and from exam rooms and maintain the cleanliness of exam rooms and equipment.
  • Trained intern students, maintained exam rooms clean, inventory, and stocked rooms with supplies

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8. Phlebotomy

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Here's how Phlebotomy is used in Clinical Medical Assistant jobs:
  • Follow laboratory procedures, phlebotomy procedures and employ proper techniques required to collect specimens for laboratory analysis.
  • General Nursing, VS, IV/triage/Phlebotomy/RX, Injections*Performed Conscious sedation under Anesthesia supervision*Policy and Procedure writing*Urine Drug Screening
  • Demonstrate knowledge of infection control and safety relation Phlebotomy.
  • Administered medications and performed phlebotomy and CLIA waived tests.
  • Managed medications, phlebotomy, completed insurance forms.
  • Performed phlebotomy using proper technique and universal precautions.
  • Preform Phlebotomy and vaccinations as instructed by physician.
  • Performed Phlebotomy Techniques to collect blood/give injections.
  • Performed phlebotomy and specialized specimen processing.
  • Perform routine and specialized phlebotomy e.g.
  • Performed phlebotomy and collected clinical specimens.
  • Tested pulmonary functions, phlebotomy.
  • Maintain respect, dignity, and confidentiality of patients with the ability to alleviate fears and anxieties associated with phlebotomy procedures.
  • Perform phlebotomy and point of care laboratory tests such as blood glucose, PT/INR and H. Pylori per EMR orders.
  • Performed and prepared all phlebotomy and urine specimens to be sent to laboratory for testing (30-50 daily).
  • Perform instant tests such as flu and strep tests (phlebotomy and vaccine administration, as applicable).
  • Obtain patient vitals and history, order and result labs, phlebotomy, generate LEAN and miscellaneous reports.
  • Obtained vitals, health histories, injections, phlebotomy, processed referrals, assisted with minor surgical procedures.
  • Performed medical assistant duties including phlebotomy, applying catheters, and other basic medical care for patients.
  • CMA-Assisted in family practice with routine exams, phlebotomy, medications, treatments and minor surgeries.

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9. Phone Triage

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Here's how Phone Triage is used in Clinical Medical Assistant jobs:
  • Assisted the administrative assistant with patient education, referrals, scheduling surgeries & appointments, telephone triage, and prescription refills.
  • Facilitated phone triage and patient-centered visits by ensuring proper screening, documentation, and testing has been completed.
  • Provided patient education, telephone triage, calling in prescriptions and authorizations for outside services.
  • File insurance claims, post payments, telephone triage, assist physicians with patient care.
  • Prioritize patients with initial assessment by phone triage to determine health needs.
  • Cleaned and stock lab and rooms, customer service and phone triage.
  • Complete medication refills and respond to phone triage questions for patient's.
  • Cross-trained in front office, phone triage and other administrative duties.
  • Performed phone triage, using established practice protocols.
  • Conducted over the phone Triage interviews of patients.
  • Report telephone triaged symptoms, medication dosages and treatment recommended by physician.
  • Manage yearly Flu clinic, Diabetes education * Telephone Triage, Patient Assessments, medication refills, assisting in patient care.
  • Performed phlebotomy; assisted nurses with small office tasks such as calling in prescriptions and phone triage.
  • Perform phone triage, pharmacy refills and verifications.
  • Review prescription refills Telephone triage patients.
  • Assist MD in routine exams and in-office proceduresPhone triage and phone in prescriptions as ordered by MDTriage patients before exam

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10. Clinical Staff

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Here's how Clinical Staff is used in Clinical Medical Assistant jobs:
  • Direct office/clinical staff to ensure efficient management and productivity of the practice.
  • Assisted in interviewing and hiring and training clinical staff, ordered vaccines and office supplies.
  • Interviewed, hired, reviewed, scheduled, and trained clinical staff for 2 offices.
  • Prepare and submit inventory list of supplies needed to clinical staff to avoid shortages.
  • Assist all clinical staff with anything they need within my scope of practice.
  • Consulted with and supported clinical staff in the efforts to serve patients.
  • Assisted Program Director with staff meeting for clinical staff.
  • Trained all new incoming clinical staff.
  • Manage the clinical staff, also I was in charge of the lab.
  • Provided clinical care to patients as ordered by physician Managed schedules of clinical staff
  • Maintained the Chief Medical Director's calendar and contact list * Maintained and coordinated PTO schedule for the clinical staff.
  • Managed other clinical staff, ordered all supplies, dealt with numerous home health agencies, and nursing homes.
  • 2013-2014Provided leadership, guidance, training, and support to clinical staff while multi-tasking patient responsibilities.
  • Eagle, Colorado Supervised and managed all clinical staff in our office.
  • Completed tasks asked by docotor and other clinical staffing.
  • Collect specimens * Assist clinical staff with all procedures, treatments and exams * Provide care to patients.

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11. Appointment Scheduling

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Here's how Appointment Scheduling is used in Clinical Medical Assistant jobs:
  • Performed appointment scheduling and registration for patients as well as updating patient demographic and insurance information.
  • Analyze and monitor health center operations such as patient flow issues, reviewing appointment scheduling.
  • Assisted receptionists with appointment scheduling, registration, and scanning documents into Epic EMR.
  • Addressed patient phone calls concerning appointment scheduling, treatment plan and medications.
  • Direct Patient Appointment Scheduling Coordinator for current and past due care needed.
  • Answer phones, appointment scheduling, provide front office coverage.
  • Conducted administrative duties such as Appointment scheduling, continuity of care coordination, and immunization tracking.
  • Front desk receptionist, data entry, managed multi-lined telephones and took messages, appointment scheduling, send out lab orders.
  • Stock rooms with necessary supplies and ordering of all office supplies Appointment scheduling using AllMeds computer system, EPM.
  • Front desk receptionist, data entry, appointment scheduling, managed multi-line phones and took messages.
  • Manage a multi-line phone and appointment scheduling.
  • Handled and prepared Surgical Risk Assessments for outside offices Appointment scheduling Electronic medical record keeping
  • Front office Appointment scheduling, insurance billing-coding, patient billling, AP/AR.

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12. Urinalysis

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Here's how Urinalysis is used in Clinical Medical Assistant jobs:
  • Performed procedures including ear irrigation, electrocardiograms, urinalysis, pulmonary function tests, immunizations, authorizations and scheduling of imaging.
  • Performed pregnancy tests and urinalysis or send specimens for laboratory testing.
  • Performed glucose testing and assisted in administering injections and urinalysis.
  • Performed urinalysis, hematology testing, and chemistry testing.
  • Performed vitals and assisted in administering injections and urinalysis.
  • Performed blood glucose testing and urinalysis.
  • Perform electrocardiograms, urinalysis, hemoglobin.
  • Obtain urinalysis specimens for testing.
  • Demonstrated proficiency in taking patient medical history and vital signs as well as blood work, urinalysis and various diagnostic procedures.
  • Operate equipment to administer routine diagnostic test such as bladder scans, urinalysis, Foley catheter placement and voiding trials.
  • Work in Urinalysis Lab, stock and clean exam rooms, and communicate with vendors to order new medical supplies.
  • Enter patient chief complaint, vitals, medication counts, urinalysis results, and exams during appointment into EHS.
  • Draw blood, assist with treatments and perform routine laboratory tests such as Urinalysis, Strep, and Flu.
  • Perform small in clinic labs such as urinalysis, rapid strep, pregnancy tests, and rapid flu tests.
  • Start peripheral IV's, obtain blood work, urinalysis, administer medication PO, sub-Q, and IM.
  • Performed all in house laboratory orders such as influenza tests, strep test, urinalysis, and pregnancy test.
  • Blood work, vitals, urinalysis, schedule appointments, insurance verification, filing, charted patient files.
  • Performed HgA1c, lipid profile, blood sugar and urinalysis within office lab and reported results to physician
  • Performed ECG's, vitals, height and weight, roomed patients, paper charting, urinalysis.
  • Performed basic laboratory tests (urinalysis tests, blood count tests, culture analysis tests).

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13. Venipuncture

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Here's how Venipuncture is used in Clinical Medical Assistant jobs:
  • Obtained vital signs, calculated body mass indexes, administered intramuscular injections, administered venipuncture on patients using aseptic technique.
  • Perform clinical skills: venipuncture, specimen collections, patient charting, and patient education/communication.
  • Administered injections and venipunctures, and monitored medical supply and medication inventory.
  • Performed venipuncture, use of centrifuge, knowledge of laboratory tests and preparation
  • Developed proficient skill in blood collection by venipuncture and capillary puncture.
  • Worked in multiple physician offices performing venipuncture and lab specimen processing.
  • Performed and obtained venipuncture blood draws for inpatient and outpatient locations.
  • Assisted physicians with patient care administered venipunctures and urine collections.
  • Perform capillary and venous venipuncture on pediatric and geriatric patients.
  • Perform venipunctures and various diagnostic tests for pediatric population.
  • Preformed injections and venipuncture on adults and pediatrics.
  • Process venipuncture samples for send-out to reference laboratories.
  • Performed immunizations, venipunctures, and injections.
  • Performed venipuncture and completed lab requisitions.
  • Perform venipunctures on pediatrics to geriatrics.
  • Performed venipuncture and capillary sticks.
  • Learned the basics of various systems of the human body and its structures; basic offices procedures, like venipunctures.
  • Supervised 5 medics in completion of 200 physical assessments and medical record reviews, 100 immunizations, and 80 venipunctures.
  • Roomed patients, obtain vitals, perform venipuncture, give injections, set up/assist with procedures, clean/package/autoclave instruments.
  • Record vital signs, venipuncture, assist with pelvic exams, scan documents, clean and restock rooms daily

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14. Front Desk

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Here's how Front Desk is used in Clinical Medical Assistant jobs:
  • Greet patients upon arrival, maintains orderliness of reception area and front desk ensuring patient confidentiality.
  • Provided medical front desk administration, language interpretation, and health education.
  • Lead Certified Clinical Medical Assistant/Front Desk Scheduler
  • Cover Front desk check-in patients, collect co-pays etc., in charge of State vaccine inventory, acquire patient registration info.
  • Assist in patient flow as needed to ensure timely visits while coordinating with the Front Desk staff and Medical providers.
  • Praised for handling responsibilities and doing extra work to help at the front desk as well as the back.
  • Assist the front desk with the telephone, filling, collecting co-pays, and create new patient charts.
  • Front Desk: Open new charts, welcome the patient, register them and collect the payment.
  • Processed fees, devised correspondence, ordered medications, scheduled patients appointments, all front desk duties.
  • Performed front desk duties - registering patients, billing insurance companies, data entry, and filling.
  • Perform physical assessment, routine tests, specimen collection, patient registration, and front desk support.
  • Rotated referral coordinator and front desk positions as needed to cover vacations and sick days.
  • Work in all departments including pediatrics, internal medicine, OBGYN, and front desk.
  • Supply orders for clinic lab, front desk supply, linen orders and stocking rooms.
  • Followed standard patient identification procedures, processed insurance claims, backed up front desk.
  • Worked front desk; scheduling new patients, referrals, and follow up appointments.
  • Assist the front desk staff when needed, chart prepping, filing/pulling charts.
  • Front desk receptionist (check-in patients, verify insurance and patient demographics).
  • Front desk duty, answering phones scheduling appointment, confirming appointments etc.
  • Front desk patient registration, processed payments and end of day paperwork.

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15. Insurance Companies

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Here's how Insurance Companies is used in Clinical Medical Assistant jobs:
  • Obtained authorizations and referrals from insurance companies for office visits and surgical procedures.
  • Collaborate with insurance companies to obtain approval/ authorization for future treatment and procedures.
  • Obtain detailed benefit coverage and authorizations from insurance companies for Ambulatory Surgical procedures.
  • Authorized drug refills and provided prescription information to pharmacies and insurance companies.
  • Obtained verification via private insurance companies and Georgia Medicaid Web Portal.
  • Worked with insurance companies to obtain medication and procedure overrides.
  • Communicate with insurance companies for medication & procedure authorizations.
  • Obtained prior authorization numbers from insurance companies.
  • Coordinated with physicians and insurance companies.
  • Obtained, verified and updated patients information, communicated with insurance companies to verify patients coverage, posted payments and charges.
  • Maintained medication and prescription upkeep for patients by calling into various pharmacies and handling all prior authorizations with insurance companies.
  • Process all incoming calls and messages from patients, hospitals, laboratories, insurance companies and other physician offices.
  • Acted as liaison between insurance companies, pharmacies and patients when insurance wouldn't pay for medication.
  • Manage multiple assignments that include composing letters to physicians, insurance companies, and social services.
  • Answer phone calls from patients, schedule appointments, work with insurance companies.
  • Filled out insurance forms for patients and submitted to insurance companies.
  • Assembled and processed referrals with insurance companies, seeking prior authorization.
  • Researched and followed up on unpaid monies with insurance companies.
  • Updated, maintained liaison with insurance companies and checked status.
  • Obtain prior authorizations from insurance companies for medications and testing.

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16. Drawing Blood

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Here's how Drawing Blood is used in Clinical Medical Assistant jobs:
  • Assist clinic aide and nursing staff with participant care, vitals, drawing blood, and collecting and processing specimens.
  • Performed clinical procedures such as injections, urine drug screens, drawing blood, and physical exams.
  • Verified and recorded identity of patient and donor, before drawing blood from patients and donors.
  • Experience drawing blood on babies aging from 1 to teens and adults all ages.
  • Assisted with drawing blood and other specimen samples to obtain lab results.
  • worked in ICU- taking vitals, charting, drawing blood specimens, womb care, dressing changes, CPR, stocking rooms
  • Perform ultrasounds and phlebotomy procedures, including drawing blood, sorting and labeling containers Triage and consenting of patients.
  • Shadowed Dr. Reva Gill in patient evaluations and assisted in drawing blood, performing electrocardiograms and checking patients vitals
  • Performed Phlebotomy duties: Venipuncture Technique, drawing blood, corresponding with laboratory.

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17. Blood Pressure

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Here's how Blood Pressure is used in Clinical Medical Assistant jobs:
  • Provided patient care including recording patient's weight, height, blood pressure, pulse, temperature, and oxygen level.
  • Demonstrated proficiency in taking patient medical histories and vital signs (temperature, blood pressure, pulse and respiration).
  • Performed patient oriented clinical skills including blood pressure, pulse, respiration, height, weight and temperature.
  • Take vital signs of body temperatures in different body locations, pulse, respiration rate and blood pressure.
  • Measured and recorded vital signs: pulse rate, temperature, blood pressure, weight and height.
  • Record vital signs, blood pressure and other patient care items related to the physician office visit.
  • Developed medical skills and efficiency on the job such as taking patients' blood pressure and temperature.
  • Prepared patients for examination by taking blood pressure, weight, height and reporting patient history summary.
  • Perform basic vital diagnostic testing including blood pressure, weight, height, temperature and pulse.
  • Take vital signs such as pulse rate, temperature, blood pressure, and weight.
  • Read and recorded temperature, pulse, respiration, blood pressure, height and weight.
  • Measured patient height, weight, blood pressure, respiration, and pulse rate.
  • Vitalized patient's pulse, temperature, blood pressure, and pain scale.
  • Obtain medical histories, ECG's, blood pressure and body composition measurements.
  • Take blood pressure, pulse, oxygen levels, temperature and respiration's.
  • Provide wellness clinics at companies to include blood pressure and cholesterol testing.
  • Performed patient vitals, weight, height, blood pressure and temperate
  • Obtained blood pressure, pulse, height and weight and Hemoglobin.
  • Measured and recorded blood pressures, pulse rate, and weight.
  • Monitored patient's blood pressure, and medication reaction and response.

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18. Back Office

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Here's how Back Office is used in Clinical Medical Assistant jobs:
  • Provided front office/back office training and familiarization with company procedures to new hires.
  • Back office Certified Medical Assistant duties include patient vital signs, injections, assist physician with female exams and minor surgeries.
  • Played a key role in the expansion and operational set up of the ophthalmology clinic from front office to back office.
  • Worked with various specialist rooming patient, charting, patient care and other office duties in the front and back office.
  • Front and back office medical assistant; vitals, interview patient for any symptoms or concerns before seeing doctor.
  • WORK EXPERIENCE Dr. Moss Eagle River, AK Minor Emergency Clinic Title: Back Office Medical Assistant Pt.
  • Assist with other back office duties such as delivery of specimens, patient referrals and stocking exam rooms.
  • Performed duties as a back office medical assistant, clinical lead and trainer of new employees.
  • Back office: Maintaining compliance logs of daily lab temperatures, refrigerator temperature and autoclave maintenance.
  • Certified clinical medical Assistant duel position of front and back office in an Oncology infusion office.
  • Arranged and conducted staff meetings, trained and evaluated all front and back office staff.
  • Coordinated back office functions including the inventory/ordering of all lab, clinic and laundry supplies.
  • Delegated weekly responsibilities for all back office staff to ensure sound knowledge of clinical aspects.
  • Performed all the laboratory duties and managed the back office, X-ray and Lab.
  • Assisted in the management of back office staff and daily functions regarding patient care.
  • Managed MD schedule and calendar and maintained supply orders for the back office.
  • Job title: Medical Assistant Responsibilities: Front and back office daily preparation.
  • Complete supply orders and payments for front office and back office supplies.
  • Back office support such as entering patient information into EPIC i.e.
  • Perform both front and back office duties according to providers needs.

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19. Phone Calls

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Here's how Phone Calls is used in Clinical Medical Assistant jobs:
  • Answered all incoming phone calls promptly and professionally and routed messages appropriately.
  • Managed multiple telephone calls appropriately directing their questions.
  • Assist with front office including filing, phone calls, and record keeping are complete and properly identified with patient information.
  • Prepare patients for provider, vitals, take patients medical history, answering phone calls and triage, and schedule appointments.
  • Welcomed patients, performed data entry into EPIC, phone calls to patients and pharmacies, and scheduled appointments/labs.
  • Prepare office billing, return phone calls, track and adjust doctor's personal schedule, stock rooms.
  • Performed clerical duties in a medical office, taking and making phone calls, stocking supplies and filing.
  • Answer phone calls, call in prescriptions and visit patients home to perform VAT and PFT's.
  • Answer and return phone calls, schedule appointments, draft physician correspondence, and compile bank deposits.
  • Answered multiple phone calls, took messages checked voice mails, and delivered to appropriate staff.
  • Answered multiple incoming phone calls and scheduled appointments, Verified insurance, Greeted and registered patients.
  • Answered incoming phone calls, sent faxes, distributed incoming email, and organized paper/electronic documents.
  • Administer scheduling of patients, answer phone calls and questions, and maintain charts and files.
  • Operate office equipment such as computer, copiers, fax machines and answered incoming telephone calls.
  • Return patient phone calls and answer questions regarding medications, treatments, and wound care
  • Screen phone calls from patients concerning questions about their health problems and/or treatment.
  • Handle high volume phone calls, high volume data entry, and filing.
  • Answered phone calls, scheduled appointments, collected copay's, referrals.
  • Can schedule patient appointments, do recalls, handle multiple phone calls.
  • Return patient and other telephone calls at nurse or doctor's requests.

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20. Test Cases

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Here's how Test Cases is used in Clinical Medical Assistant jobs:
  • Automated test cases using Ranorex to elaborate data-driven tests, excluding XML data format, by means of this tool.
  • Involved in Automation of the test cases using Selenium WebDriver, JUnit and Ant.

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21. Data Entry

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Here's how Data Entry is used in Clinical Medical Assistant jobs:
  • Performed secretarial duties such as transcription, data entry, filing and processing completed correspondences.
  • Performed extensive data entry/publishing using: MS PowerPoint, Word, Excel, Publisher.
  • Performed patient screening protocols, insurance verification, billing inquiries and data entry functions.
  • Place in room and do the initial data entry for the well child check.
  • Performed data entry of patient's personal information, insurance information, etc.
  • Performed clerical duties such as filing, prepping charts and data entry.
  • Performed data entry, collection of copayments and payment posting; as well as running end of the day reports.
  • Performed data entry duties such as entering patient schedule into database, updated records, and registered newadmissions.
  • Assisted in the research department with data entry, drug inventory, and subject office visit procedures perprotocol.|4
  • Blood draws for lab testing Computer patient data entry
  • Obtained and sent referrals Obtained and ordered labs, imaging and other medical reports Performed data entry.

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22. Surgical Procedures

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Here's how Surgical Procedures is used in Clinical Medical Assistant jobs:
  • Schedule office clinic visits and surgical procedures at Ambulatory Surgical Centers.
  • Assist surgical procedures under conscious sedation, local and general anesthetic.
  • Handled minor surgical procedures, occupational and urgent care medicine.
  • Obtain insurance authorization and verification for injections and surgical procedures.
  • Assisted physicians with examinations and in office surgical procedures.
  • Assist physicians in gynecological exams and surgical procedures.
  • Provide preoperative and postoperative instructions for surgical procedures.
  • Perform authorization requests for medical and surgical procedures.
  • Assisted in minor surgical procedures and sterilized instrumentation.
  • Assist physician with gynecological and minor surgical procedures.
  • Prepared patients for minor surgical procedures.
  • Assembled paperwork required for surgical procedures.
  • Assist doctor in interoffice surgical procedures.
  • Set up and assist doctor with minor surgical procedures Do surgical billing Maintain stock, do ordering and inventory control
  • Scheduled diagnostic and surgical procedures, ensuring appropriate physician documentation, PQRS compliance and patient follow up.
  • Assisted physicians at the surgery center when they performed numerous and various surgical procedures.
  • Assist Doctor with minor surgical procedures and exams, Prep patients for exams.
  • Assisted with minor surgical procedures including biopsies, excisions and incision and drainage.
  • Oversee patient schedules, appointments, and procedures; attends during surgical procedures.
  • Prepared rooms; sterilized instruments, equipment, and supplies for surgical procedures.

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23. Scheduling Appointments

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Here's how Scheduling Appointments is used in Clinical Medical Assistant jobs:
  • Perform general office duties such as answering telephones, scheduling appointments and completing insurance forms
  • Conduct phone triage to determine necessity of scheduling appointments and communication with Physician.
  • Assisted the front office; scheduling appointments, checking patients in and out, collecting payments, and verifying insurance benefits.
  • Assisted with vital signs, lab procedures, injections, insurance paperwork, scheduling appointments, and dealing with insurance companies.
  • Assist with front desk operations, scheduling appointments, verifying insurance, coordinating referral process to ensure compliance and proper billing.
  • Organized the patients with scheduling appointment and assist the doctor's with their calendars by scheduling appointments and procedures for patients.
  • Assist in medication clinic by assisting and greeting clients, scheduling appointments and ordering indigent medications as requested by physician.
  • Perform general office duties, such as answering phones, scheduling appointments, faxing or scanning forms into EMR.
  • Experience with administrative tasks such as working with EMR software, scheduling appointments, answering phones and registering patients.
  • Maintained front office operations, handling high volume phone system, scheduling appointments, and confirming next day appointments.
  • Front office: Maintaining pristine medical charts, sending morbidity cards, verifying insurance, confirming and scheduling appointments.
  • Worked and complied with clerical functions as requested such as scheduling appointments for office and out-patient procedures and follow-ups.
  • Front desk clerical/administrative duties such as answering phones, faxing, filing, scheduling appointments and inventory/ordering supplies.
  • Assisted medical receptionist on answering phones, scheduling appointments, data entry and filing charts with important documents.
  • Assisted doctors and nurses with receptionist duties such as scheduling appointments, taking calls and updating patient information.
  • Performed clerical duties such as taking and making phone calls, scheduling appointments and documented patient histories.
  • Performed general office duties such as filling, copying, faxing, answering phones and scheduling appointments.
  • Interacted with patients at front desk, greeting visitors, scheduling appointments, and answering inquiries.
  • Worked with external vendors, scheduling appointments, coordinating schedules, ICD-9/CPT Coding, EMR.
  • Front office work, answering phones, scheduling appointments, checking patients in and out.

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24. Prescription Refills

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Here's how Prescription Refills is used in Clinical Medical Assistant jobs:
  • Authorized prescription refills, prior-authorizations with insurance companies.
  • Facilitated prescription refills and prior authorizations.
  • Authorized prescription refills as directed.
  • Administer injections; setting up sterile filed for office procedures, assist doctor with office surgeries, calling in prescription refills.
  • Assist physician with patient exams, help patients understand procedures and treatments, triage, prescription refills.
  • Performed various office duties including patient referrals, call backs, prescription refills and prior authorizations.
  • Assisted Physicians with multiple phone lines, administrative duties, and prescription refills.
  • Placed calls to pharmacies for prescription refills and new prescriptions.
  • Prepared daily reports, called in prescription refills.
  • Handle narcotic pain medications and prescription refills.
  • Prepared prescription refills on behalf of physician.
  • Fax or call in prescription refills.
  • Called in prescription refills as needed.
  • Call in patient prescription refills.
  • Demonstrate efficient time management with prescription refills, and obtaining prior authorizations on medications denied by insurance companies.
  • Delegate escribed prescription refills to physician in charting system.
  • Answer physician voicemail, call/fax prescription refills into pharmacies.
  • handled prescription refills and request, collected copayments.
  • Blood draws Prescription Refills Supply and paperwork stocking.

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25. Medical Supplies

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Here's how Medical Supplies is used in Clinical Medical Assistant jobs:
  • Send pharmacy refill requests and prior authorizations for medications Inventory and order medical supplies and materials.
  • Checked expiration dates on all medications and medical supplies disposing appropriately as per institution policy.
  • Prepare orders and maintain stock of appropriate medical supplies including sterilization.
  • Handled inventories, orders, and replenished medical supplies/materials.
  • Maintain inventory of medical supplies, completing requisitions.
  • Order office/medical supplies and transcription follow-up.
  • Performed Frozen Section(MOHS) for removal of Skin Cancers, monthly inventory and managed office medical supplies and inventory.
  • Inventory, order and track all DME equipment and medical supplies while maintaining accurate records and keeping within a budget.
  • Obtain and assemble required medical supplies, set up specialty trays, assist in patient examinations, tests and procedures.
  • Organized and cleaned the recovery department, maintained inventory of medical supplies and ensured shelves were well-stocked.
  • Detailed inventory control experience responsible for the purchase, shipping, stocking and processing of medical supplies.
  • Review and approve requested ordering of office and ALL medical supplies needed for each clinic.
  • Maintain and equip clinical rooms with all medical supplies for physicians and patients.
  • Ensured all medical supplies were securely stored and properly disposed of expired supplies.
  • Maintain pricing studies, lowering cost of medical supplies for each clinic.
  • Evaluated stock, ordered and purchased clinic medical supplies and clinic forms.
  • Managed inventory of medical supplies, drugs and equipment for clinic.
  • Inventory and order all medical supplies and materials for the practice.
  • Answer phones and schedule appointments* Order all office and medical supplies
  • Ordered office and medical supplies as well as medications.

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26. Customer Service

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Here's how Customer Service is used in Clinical Medical Assistant jobs:
  • Established strong customer service with patients through proper handling of medical questions, appointment needs and clinical instruction/education.
  • Provided personalized customer service to patients ordered prescriptions, assisted with referrals and verified insurance.
  • Provided exceptional customer service while escorting patients to an examining room and obtaining vitals.
  • Provided outstanding customer service in a personal and calming manner to patients in every age group and across a diverse population.
  • Performed patient care, blood draws, I.V.s, customer service, medication management and telephone customer services.
  • Obtain vitals, prepare patients for physician, provide customer service, and collecting lab and documenting results.
  • Implemented and chaired customer service committee and design/maintain mentoring board monthly, also active in various other committees.
  • Provided front office and clinical support in allergy clinic with excellent customer service.
  • Up beat, team based, fast paced and customer service orientated environment.
  • Follow up with patients by giving excellent customer service in English and Spanish.
  • Provided excellent customer service with quick follow up and solutions for patients.
  • Provide customer service in the emergency room to 35 to 102 patients.
  • Provided customer service and direct patient care in private medical practice.
  • Checked patients out while providing excellent customer service.
  • Recognized for Outstanding Patient Care and Customer Service.
  • Provide an excellent patient and customer service.
  • Provided superb customer service to patients.
  • Blood Borne Pathogens Certification Feb. 2014 Customer Service Certification Dec. 2013
  • Performed daily clerical functions: phones, typing, filing, and customer service Processed accounts payable and payroll time sheets.
  • Involved in New Project evaluations for School Based Health through the Health Foundation.Over 7 years of customer service experience.

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27. Osha

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Here's how Osha is used in Clinical Medical Assistant jobs:
  • Assist with rooming, patients examination and treatments whiling ensuring cleanliness and sanitation in accordance to OSHA and Joint Commission guidelines.
  • Recommend changes in operations to improve the practice*Regulatory compliance including, HIPAA, OSHA, CLIA and Medical Board Rules.
  • Maintained compliance in areas such as OSHA, HIPAA, and updating policies and procedures.
  • Tasked with creating and preparing monthly meetings for CDC, OSHA, and HIPAA compliance.
  • Performed duties of safety and compliance officer to ensure compliance with JCAHO and OSHA standards.
  • Complied with OSHA and HIPAA guidelines by maintaining patient confidentiality and safety.
  • Performed duties in compliance with HIPAA, CLIA and OSHA regulations.
  • Cleaned lab area and washed hands and followed all OSHA guidelines.
  • Ensured each exam room contained all necessary equipment meeting OSHA standards.
  • Maintain cleanliness of treatment areas in accordance with OSHA standards.
  • Perform Standard Precautions, proper body mechanics and OSHA guidelines.
  • Monitored temperature logs for testing supplies per OSHA regulations.
  • Received OSHA compliance and safety regulation Employee Recognition Award.
  • Complied with all OSHA/CLIA mandates and regulations.
  • Maintain OSHA compliance and training for office.
  • Follow all OSHA policy and procedures.
  • Follow OSHA and HIPAA guidelines.
  • Ensured adherence to all FDAC, CDC, HIPAA, and OSHA regulations.
  • Applied principles of infection control, asepsis, and sterilization techniques within OSHA guidelines.
  • Abided by all HIPAA guidelines, OSHA standards and code of conduct.

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28. Internal Medicine

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Here's how Internal Medicine is used in Clinical Medical Assistant jobs:
  • Assisted physicians in busy Internal Medicine practice and occupational health clinic.
  • Handled all internal medicine department correspondence and returned patient calls.
  • Performed all major aspects in a pulmonary/Internal Medicine practice.
  • Assist the team of Internal Medicine Doctors in the treatment and medical evaluation of patient hospitalized in different units of medicine.
  • Served as a key member of a highly prestigious and busy practice specializing in Internal medicine and other sub-specialties.
  • Provided care to OB/GYN, Adult, Pediatric, Internal Medicine and Psychiatry patients in a busy OPD.
  • Experience with, but not limited to, Internal Medicine, Pediatrics, GYN/OB and Geriatrics.
  • Assist in ensuring optimal patient care and smooth daily function for a busy Internal Medicine practice.
  • Assisted physicians in: Cardiology, Internal Medicine, GI, Infectious Disease, and Surgery.
  • Float to Internal Medicine Duties: Assist Physician with patient's in office procedures.
  • Worked as a Medical Assistant of 16- person medical group specializing in Internal Medicine.
  • Worked independently in the lab without supervision for four Internal Medicine Specialists.
  • Lectured on Anatomy, Physiology, Pathology, and Internal Medicine.
  • Acted as a medical assistant in a busy Internal Medicine Practice.
  • Assisted three Doctors per day at an internal medicine clinic.
  • Experience: Internal medicine and Pediatric experience.
  • Perform varies duties in multi-specialty departments including Pediatrics and Internal medicine.
  • Employed, just short of 5 years, in a very busy multi-physician internal medicine practice.
  • Serve as a key member of a healthcare team, for a busy Internal Medicine Clinic.
  • Assist in managing the clinical department of a large internal medicine and gastroenterology practice.

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29. Patient Rooms

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Here's how Patient Rooms is used in Clinical Medical Assistant jobs:
  • Maintained and set up patient rooms/called in prescriptions and sent prescriptions electronically.
  • Job Duties: Obtain vital signs from patients, keep patient rooms neat, assist physician, and assist patients
  • Assisted in the set up and break down of patient rooms for procedures including casting and wound care.
  • Maintained sanitary, neatness, and safety conditions of patient rooms in compliance with mandatory state regulations.
  • Clean, sterilize, and maintain instruments, equipment, supplies, and patient rooms.
  • Clean and tidy patient rooms and maintain all supplies necessary (inventory).
  • Maintain sanitary conditions of patient rooms and inspected equipment for signs of damage.
  • Prepared patient rooms, roomed patients, as well as performed vitals.
  • Ensured cleanliness of the patient rooms, bathrooms, and waiting area.
  • Maintain and set up patient rooms for day's clinic.
  • Maintained supplies in the office and in patient rooms.
  • Clean patient rooms and stock them as needed.
  • Disinfect and sanitized each patient rooms and bathrooms.
  • Conducted patient vital signs; prepared patient rooms.
  • Inventoried patient rooms and restocked medical supplies daily.
  • Assisted visitors with directions to patient rooms.
  • Maintained and set up patient rooms.
  • Maintain patient rooms stocked and clean
  • Restock and clean patient rooms.
  • Sanitized and prepared patient rooms.

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30. Lab Results

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Here's how Lab Results is used in Clinical Medical Assistant jobs:
  • Assisted in communicating lab results and other pertinent information to patients.
  • Developed and maintained an exceptional CLIA records management program by maintaining up-to-date logs and reports of equipment and lab results.
  • Handled over the phone and in person complaints, giving lab results over the phone and constructing lab letters.
  • Notified patients of lab results gave allergy shots, immunizations, and medications as prescribed by the doctor.
  • Called in prescription to pharmacy, called patients with lab results, and updated patient information using EMR.
  • Perform duties in message center, such as answering phone calls and calling patients with lab results.
  • Called patients with various lab results per physician's orders and instructed patient as directed.
  • Reviewed all correspondence lab results/reports in a complete and timely manner for doctors to review.
  • Entered patient data into computer for over 100 individuals, mailed lab results to patients.
  • Obtain Lab results, medication log for no shows and refusals, of medications.
  • Call backs, refills, and lab results, referrals, and insurance authorizations.
  • Perform follow up calls regarding patient's lab results, medications, etc.
  • Keep detailed records and perform data entry of lab results into patient records.
  • Perform Pre-Auth for procedures and medicine * Call patient with normal lab results.
  • Provided patients with any information they required about their treatment including lab results.
  • Called patients with normal results, enter lab results into patient chart.
  • Verify, record, and report lab results on all performed test.
  • Answer phones, and give patients lab results as per the doctor.
  • Responded to patient inquires regarding prescriptions, lab results and patient follow-ups.
  • Followed up with patients after hospital discharge and abnormal lab results.

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31. Hipaa

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Here's how Hipaa is used in Clinical Medical Assistant jobs:
  • Provide excellent customer service for patients by practicing confidentiality and privacy protocols in accordance to Clinic policies and HIPAA requirements.
  • Maintained proficient understanding of federal HIPAA regulations.
  • Inputted patient demographics and vitals into electronic health record with strict attention to detail while strictly observing all HIPAA regulations.
  • Assist in completion of appropriate forms, HIPAA Notice of Privacy practices, waiting times, and answering non-medical questions.
  • Prepared for HIPAA and JCAHO reviews, ensuring required brochures and pamphlets were available to patients in office.
  • Adhere to the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) to ensure patient confidentiality.
  • Administer immunizations and injections; and maintain all patients PHI according to HIPAA regulations.
  • Educate students on how to prepare patients for clinical examinations and to follow HIPAA.
  • Assured all records were secured and adhered to HIPAA patient privacy rights.
  • Adhered to strict HIPAA patient privacy and confidentiality standards.
  • Ensured department preformed with in HIPAA regulations.
  • Certified in HIPAA compliance regulations.
  • Provide back up to the HIPAA and PA programs.
  • Dispensed medications as instructed by physicians.Maintained HIPAA compliance through patient confidentiality.
  • Excelled at measuring patient vitals, recording extensive medical history, and maintaining confidential patient records in accordance to HIPAA guidelines.
  • Handed instruments and materials to physician as directed, knowledge of HIPAA Draped patients with covering, positioned instruments and equipment.
  • Prepared for HIPAA and JCAHO reviews, ensuring required brochures and pamphlets wereavailable to patients in all clinics.
  • Complied with HIPAA, patient confidentiality, legal aspects of healthcare and regulatory patient care issues.
  • Demonstrated ability to lead and motivate outstanding healthcare departments Ensured HIPAA compliance.
  • Work closely with surgeons during busy office hours Update patient's medical record Comply with HIPAA regulations Assist Team Lead's/Supervisors with duties

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32. Treatment Procedures

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Here's how Treatment Procedures is used in Clinical Medical Assistant jobs:
  • Explained treatment procedures; sterilize equipment and properly dispose of contaminated supplies.
  • Assisted Registered Nurse or Physician in physical examinations and treatment procedures.
  • Explain treatment procedures, medications, medication request, authorize drug refills, and provide prescription information, to pharmacies.
  • Confer with patient to explain treatment procedures, educate, calm fears and gain cooperation.
  • Explain treatment procedures, preparing patients for the examination, assisting the physician.
  • Explain treatment procedures to the patients and medications and diet.
  • Supported duties for diagnostic and technical treatment procedures.
  • Informed and educated treatment procedures with patients.
  • Perform preventive maintenance on emergency equipment Explain treatment procedures, medications, diet and physician's instructions to patients.
  • Explained treatment procedures, medications, special diet and or doctor's instructions.
  • Explained treatment procedures Cleaned and Sanitized instruments, disposed of contaminated supplies Assisted doctor with minor surgery Worked with E Clinical Works
  • Explained treatment procedures Cleaned and Sanitized instruments, disposed of contaminated supplies Assisted doctor with in office surgerys Cast Patient

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33. Medical Procedures

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Here's how Medical Procedures is used in Clinical Medical Assistant jobs:
  • Assist Doctors with routine medical procedures that would include but not limited to cardiology, gynecological and numerous gastrointestinal procedures.
  • Educate patients regarding medical procedures, medication administering, and other health maintenance information discussed with provider.
  • Provided direct patient care while assisting physicians with medical procedures.
  • Perform medical procedures under supervision of physician or physician assistant.
  • Received classroom and practical instruction on medical procedures and methods.
  • Provided hands-on demonstration and instruction for clinical medical procedures.
  • Assisted physicians in medical procedures and minor surgery.
  • Assisted primary providers with medical procedures, emergencies.
  • Assist physician with medical procedures and examinations.
  • Assisted physicians with various medical procedures.
  • Schedule patients imaging procedures, medical procedures, and follow-up appointments to review test results on a daily basis.
  • Clean and sterilize instruments and dispose of contaminated supplies for sterile fine needle aspirations and other medical procedures.
  • Selected Contribution: * Prepared patients for medical procedures; assisted physicians with minor in-office surgeries.
  • Ensured that doctors' orders were effectively carried out, including testing, and/or medical procedures.
  • Update records to include medical procedures, vaccinations and new medical conditions.
  • Counseled patients by transmitting physician's orders and questions about medical procedures.
  • Explain medical procedures or test results to patients or family members.
  • Assisted with medical procedures by preparing instruments in the room.
  • Take medical history from patients and explain medical procedures.
  • Assisted medical procedures and tasks PRN for multiple physicians

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34. EHR

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Here's how EHR is used in Clinical Medical Assistant jobs:
  • Blood draws, specimen collection, rooming patients, vitals, injections, specimen reports, EHR, charting
  • Used practice specific software (EHR)* Cleaned and stocked treatment rooms as needed daily.
  • Recorded Vital records & information relevant to reason for visit in EHR software.
  • Set up templates for implementation of 2 different EHR / EMR programs.
  • Used the following software tools All Scripts and EHR medical computer software.
  • Draw up injections, label specimens and enter labs in EHR.
  • Review systems, medication lists, and document in EHR.
  • Trained staff on EHR and PM software and patient charting.
  • Experience in Excel and EHR and front medical office work.
  • Recorded and documented CC, and vitals into EMR/EHR.
  • Performed Medical Billing using EHR medical billing software.
  • Update patient charts in EHR with accurate information.
  • Full chart documentation using Athena EHR.
  • Enter information in the EHR.
  • Experienced in using PCC EHR.
  • Entered patient information into EHR.
  • Enter test values into EHR.
  • Record Vitals Order entry into EHR (labs, tests) Scheduled Cardiology and Electrophysiology procedures at hospital.
  • Obtained over 20 patients medical history, vital statistics and recorded into EMR/EHR.
  • Refer back to paper chart/while using EHR system Cerner.

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35. Externship

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Here's how Externship is used in Clinical Medical Assistant jobs:
  • Coordinated completion of all clinical competencies and conducted clinical site assessment prior to externship.
  • Established and maintained relationships with medical facilities utilized for externship and placement assistance.
  • Graduated Medical Assistant students upon completion of clinical externship rotation.
  • Completed externship from Ross Medical Education Center and hired permanently.
  • Conducted monthly Mandatory Externship Orientation and Career Success meetings.
  • Monitored student progress and ensured readiness for externship.
  • Completed part-time medical externship at this location.
  • Worked with Career Services department to assist in moving students from an externship to employed position.
  • Completed an eight week unpaid externship exceeding 200 hours in a fast paced physician office
  • Performed 160 hours of medical assisting externship in very fast paced cardiology office.
  • Collected, tracked, and processed data for externship students.
  • Work as a medical assistant on an externship.
  • Carry out my externship duties.
  • Completed externship hours for school, under the supervision of Dr. James Kuin
  • Completed Externship MUSICAL ACCOMPLISHMENTS Played and performed with the Montclair State University Preparatory Orchestra.

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36. Vital Statistics

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Here's how Vital Statistics is used in Clinical Medical Assistant jobs:
  • Performed physical exams including vital statistics and visual acuity.
  • Assisted with blood draws, vital statistics and physical exams.
  • Performed vital statistics and finger stick punctures.
  • Recorded patients' medical history, vital statistics and test results Cleaned and sterilized instruments and disposed of contaminated supplies.
  • Documented patient medical history, vital statistics, and other medical information including test results in medical records.
  • Maintained accurate patient medical records by recording medical history, vital statistics and test results.

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37. CPR

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Here's how CPR is used in Clinical Medical Assistant jobs:
  • Certified in CPR, trained in using fire protection and prevention, trained in emergency situations.
  • Traveled between all clinic locations to train and certify in CPR and Basic Life Support.
  • Attended and certified in the yearly required CPR, First Aid and AED training.
  • Process super-bills for submission to CPR billing, and daily bank deposits.
  • Conducted CPR and Basic Life Support certification classes.
  • Utilized Computerized Patient Record System (CPRS).
  • Make sure they are up to date on CPR, OSHA and HIPPA.
  • Certified in CPR/FIRST AID & AED.
  • Instructed on clinical procedural skills; injections, venipuncture, ECGs, CLIA- waived laboratory testing, first aid and CPR.
  • Maintain CPR program by ensuring staff is current with BLS certification, schedule classes as needed.
  • Key Certifications Certified Chiropractic Assistant Certified Medical Assistant CPR certified
  • Record Keeping Vitals/Phlebotomy CPR/First Aid Procedure Assist Inventory Urine Collection/Testing

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38. Suture Removal

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Here's how Suture Removal is used in Clinical Medical Assistant jobs:
  • Assisted physicians during examinations and treatments by assisting with instruments, injections and suture removal.
  • Performed post-operative staple and suture removal.
  • Assist the physician with office procedures (skin laceration repair, skin abscess drainage, suture removal, medication administration).
  • Assist the Provider with In-Office Surgeries/Procedure such as mole removal, skin lesion removal, suture removal and ear irrigation.
  • Assist physicians with examinations, suture removal, pap exam, administered injections, monitor glucose level on diabetic patients.
  • Administered in house EKS, medications, wound cleaning, dressing changes, suture removals.
  • Performed catheter changes, voiding trials, bladder scans, and suture removals.
  • Assisted with suture removal of patients' facial, arms and thoracic regions.
  • Assisted in minor office surgery, surgical dressings, and suture removals.
  • Assisted with post-operative patient care including dressing changes and suture removal.
  • Assist with cast removal, suture removal, and wound care
  • Assist with simple wound repairs, suture removals etc.
  • Performed wound care and dressing changes including suture removal.
  • Perform suture removals, sterile dressings and wound change.
  • Perform wound care, and suture removal.
  • Provide all wound care and staple/suture removal.
  • Suture Removals, Proficient in Phlebotomy, Collecting, handling, storing, and processing patient routine specimens, requisition forms.
  • Obtained prior authorizations, performed cast and suture removal, pre-charting, post-op bandage changes, and note dictation.
  • Trained new hired employees on surgical instrumentation, suture removal, microscopic grafting of follicle (hair.
  • Aided physicians to examine and treat patients by assisting with instruments,injections, and suture removal.

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39. Administer Medications

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Here's how Administer Medications is used in Clinical Medical Assistant jobs:
  • Prepare and administer medications to patients accurately and promptly as directed by physician.
  • Review and administer medications, allergies treatments and other pharmacology related items.
  • Prepare and administer medications or immunizations.
  • Prepare and administer medications and injections, authorize prescription refills, remove sutures and change dressings as well as breathing treatments.
  • Roomed patient, preformed vitals, administer medications / immunizations/ scheduled patients/ processed referrals / assist the provider as needed.
  • Administer medications and treatments as ordered by the consulting physician; administer and maintain accurate count of controlled substances.
  • Instruct patients about medications prepare and administer medications as directed by a physician, authorize drug refills.
  • Prepare and clean examination rooms, administer medications, and perform blood draws as directed by providers.
  • Assess patient vitals, administer medications, and perform procedures ordered by the physician.
  • Administer medications as directed by the physicians and discuss prescriptions course with patients.
  • Perform basic point of care testing, administer medications and vaccines.
  • Administer medications to patients on specific order from the provider.
  • Administer medications via injection and starting and monitoring IV's.
  • Administer medications to patients prior to certain procedures.
  • Administer medications, as directed by the physician.
  • Prepare and administer medications as directed by a physician.Referrals and Prior Authorizations
  • Prepare, document and administer medications under physicians 'orders.
  • Use Pyxis to keep count of inventory and administer medications per provider.
  • Administer medications, therapeutic injections, and manage patient protimes.
  • Prepare and administer medications as directed by a physician Draw blood Remove sutures and change dressings

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40. Clia

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Here's how Clia is used in Clinical Medical Assistant jobs:
  • Performed immunization reports, trained/interviewed new hires and prepared laboratory reports for CLIA audits.
  • Assisted in ordering products and immunizations, maintaining CLIA waived lab, MMSE logs, control logs, and procedure manuals.
  • Set up for procedures, specimen collection and/or CLIA waived testing as instructed by provider.
  • Draw blood, collect other specimen and preform CLIA waved test.
  • Performed CLIA waived diagnostic tests as directed by physician.
  • Collected and completed all necessary laboratory forms for CLIA.
  • Prepared 3 labs for yearly CLIA state inspection.
  • Perform quarterly testing for CLIA lab quality assurance.
  • Oversee laboratory in compliance with CLIA guidelines.
  • Performed and resulted CLIA approved tests.
  • Perform CLIA waived diagnostic tests.
  • Run tests ranging from CLIA waived to moderate complexity (CBC, CMP, Lipid) Reason for leaving: Relocated
  • Utilize EMR to enter and retrieve patient data Assisted with CLIA (Clinical Laboratory Improvement) and ASC
  • Administer and document immunizations, PPDs, and CLIA waived tests.
  • Partake in the CLIA Inspections every 2 years Front office filing
  • Qualified to perform Clia waved drug screening,
  • Performed CLIA waived lab test such as flu, strep, and hcg test.

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41. PAP Smears

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Here's how PAP Smears is used in Clinical Medical Assistant jobs:
  • Assisted practitioners in physical examinations and procedures including biopsies, I & D's, pap smears, and lacerations.
  • Prepared rooms and set up for pap smears as well as setting up for minor surgeries.
  • Prepare patients for examination and various medical procedures such as pap smears and minor office surgeries.
  • Assisted with biopsy cop's pap smears inventory, percents for insurance submission to medicare.
  • Assisted providers with office procedures such as pap smears, IUD removals and STD screenings.
  • Prepared cultures, biopsies, and Pap smears for lab and called for pick up.
  • Roomed patients, assisted physician assistant with pap smears, and other procedures.
  • Assist in gynecological procedures, such as pap smears, etc.
  • Assist with pap smears and other procedures in the office.
  • Prepare instruments and assist physician with pap smears.
  • Assisted physician with exams and pap smears.
  • Assisted in Pap Smears and IUD insertions.
  • Assist pap smears or other procedures.
  • Prepare other lab specimens, such as cultures, UA's, and pap smears and send to lab.
  • Administered immunizations and injections, assisted with PAP smears and minor surgeries, performed phlebotomy, and changed dressings.
  • Assisted doctor with pap smears, and biopsies; performed venipunctures, UA's, and other laboratory tests.
  • Assist with pap smears and GYN procedures Collected, labeled, and processed laboratory specimens accurately and safely.
  • Assisted in the examination and treatment of patients such as pap smears, EKGs and minor procedures.
  • Assisted with clinical procedures, such as Pap smears, and EKGs, and administering flu shots
  • Assisted with in-office biopsies, cautery, incision and drainage and pap smears.

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42. Medical Equipment

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Here's how Medical Equipment is used in Clinical Medical Assistant jobs:
  • Performed basic laboratory tests, disposed of contaminated supplies and sterilized medical equipment.
  • Disinfected, assembled and sterilized medical equipment using Autoclave.
  • Troubleshooted medical equipment daily and logged information.
  • Washed and packaged medical equipment for sterilization.
  • Created and maintained medical equipment inventory database.
  • Assisted doctors in performing examinations by operating medical equipment and providing them with supplies needed to complete the procedure.
  • Maintained safe environment for patients and staff, retained appropriate levels of unit supplies, and sterilized medical equipment.
  • Educate patients by providing them instructions on medications and on operating medical equipment; answering their questions and concerns.
  • Coordinate patient referrals, fit patients with durable medical equipment and train on proper usage, I-Stat certified.
  • Order, distribute, and track Durable Medical Equipment (DME) when ordered by the physician.
  • Trained patients on how to properly operate their medical equipment, and trained new employees.
  • Assemble, operate, and maintain medical equipment such as fetal monitors.
  • Clean and sanitize examination rooms, lab, and medical equipment.
  • Placed orders for tests, medical equipment, and supplies.
  • Set up and clean medical equipment when procedures are done.
  • Set up medical equipment for the procedure listed above.
  • Applied durable medical equipment as prescribed.
  • Organized, purchased and maintained durable medical equipment inventory for busy 9 surgeon orthopaedic office utilizing Microsoft Excel.
  • Performed venipuncture on ALL AGES, administered injections, sterilization of office medical equipment and instruments.
  • Obtain prior authorizations for medications and durable medical equipment.Clinical Medical Assistant ~~~~.

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43. Medical Assistants

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Here's how Medical Assistants is used in Clinical Medical Assistant jobs:
  • Performed Team-Leader responsibilities such as training of fellow medical assistants.
  • Trained new Medical Assistants in operating special medical equipment.
  • Assisted manager with hiring/interviewing process of new medical assistants.
  • Oversee three medical assistants, organize patient flow, perform patient intake, and scribe doctor's notes in AllScripts EMR.
  • Performed and trained other medical assistants to perform blood draws, electrocardiograms, suture removals and dressing changes.
  • Supervised and managed the daily activities of a clinical team consisting of 4 medical assistants and 3 providers.
  • Lead Medical Assistant- assisted Doctors with all patient care, provided patient education, trained new medical assistants.
  • Prepare for clinic opening each morning; establish thirteen rooms and nine medical assistants for six clinicians.
  • Work collaboratively with doctors, nurses, medical assistants, and secretaries to provide a team setting.
  • Coordinate all projects regarding the positions of other medical assistants and front office personnel.
  • Schedule Medical Assistants and Nurses with their Doctor and assigned rooms for the day.
  • Trained and managed medical assistants and staff on diet and weight loss program.
  • Train medical assistants and physician to the policies and procedures of Mobile Doctors.
  • Trained under clinical coordinators, LVN's and certified Medical Assistants.
  • Train medical Assistants on what is required to maintain clinical flow.
  • Direct and indirect supervision of Medical Assistants for 2 clinics.
  • Managed medical assistants by assigning daily tasks and chores.
  • Served as preceptor for all student Medical Assistants.
  • Manage and train Medical Assistants and students.
  • Coordinate training for new medical assistants.

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44. Patient Intake

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Here's how Patient Intake is used in Clinical Medical Assistant jobs:
  • Collected patient intake data forms and correctly interpreted and entered patient health history information into the Athena computer network.
  • Performed patient intake including HPI, ROS, medication reconciliation and order management.
  • Perform patient intake (i.e.
  • Conducted patient intake, documenting patient medical history and measured and recorded patient vital signs.
  • Conducted patient intake assessments and effectively communicated the information to the Nurse Practitioner.
  • Performed vital signs and gathered patient history during patient intake in emergency setting.

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45. PFT

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Here's how PFT is used in Clinical Medical Assistant jobs:
  • Calibrated Pulmonary Function Testing (PFT) machine daily according to manufacturer's instructions, prior to any testing being performed.
  • Applied king of hearts and halter monitors on patients; administered the (PFT) Pulmonary Function Test.
  • Provided patient education with Peak flows, PFT, Inhaler use w/ and w/o spacer.
  • Called various state examiners to authorize x-rays and PFT's per physician's requests.
  • Assist physician with patients, EKG's, PFT's, Lab work, injections, pharmacy calls and patient orders.
  • Operate PFT, EKG and Holter Monitors for routine tests.
  • Performed allergy testing, PFT, and spirometry.

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46. Hippa

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Here's how Hippa is used in Clinical Medical Assistant jobs:
  • Maintained confidentiality of patient s information in accordance to HIPPA regulations.
  • Follow HIPPA regulations for patient confidentiality.
  • Followed doctor's instructions, maintained the confidentiality regarding the patients and their medical history and treatment (HIPPA regulation).
  • Practiced all HIPPA guidelines and all health safety protocols within the facility while associating with staff and patients.
  • Ensured compliance with HIPPA, CLIA and OSHA regulations; improved patient care/ satisfaction.
  • Used electronic patient charting and followed all HIPPA guidelines with professionalism and excellence.
  • Supported the HIPPA Practice laws * Finished all other duties as assigned.
  • Inventory control, HIPPA/OSHA Annual Trainer, and knowledge of sterilization techniques.
  • Followed all HIPPA guidelines, maintaining strict confidentiality and patient rights.
  • Trained new hires/ensured adherence all HIPPA and OSHA regulation.
  • Maintain patient privacy as required by HIPPA standards.
  • Followed HIPPA and OSHA guidelines and standards
  • Address and maintain all HIPPA guide lines.
  • Triaged patients arriving for doctor appointments and processed HIPPA consent, demographics social/medical history, medications and insurance forms.
  • Maintain the strictest confidentially; adheres to all hippa guidelines/regulations.
  • Provide client confidentiality according to HIPPA/42 CFR Regulations Ensure accuracy of scanning documentation into Electronic Health Record (E.H.R.)
  • Provided isolated patient care; abided by HIPPA regulations, safety precautions, and infection control regulations.
  • Ensured compliance with HIPPA, CLIA and OHSHA regulations.
  • Maintain, update and comply with Osha and Hippa regulations.
  • know medical termonlology, follow HIPPA and OSHA standers and follow what my job desription is.

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47. Medication Administration

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Here's how Medication Administration is used in Clinical Medical Assistant jobs:
  • Provided instruction on medication administration, ongoing testing and expectation of upcoming visits.
  • Assist Physician and Nurse Practitioner with all procedures, medication administration and injections.
  • Provide triage, direct nursing care, referrals, and medication administration, obtain and document patient history and medication lists.
  • EDUCATE AND EXPLAIN PROCEDURES such as blood draws, specimen collection medication administration, sutures and minor procedures.
  • Full assessment, medication administration, total care of patients on unit, and documentation.
  • Key accomplishments: Strengthened skills in assessment, charting, delegation, and medication administration.
  • Processed urine and dip test, drug screens, assist patients with medication administration.
  • Care encompassed medication administration, dressing changes, patient education, care-plans, discharge planning, pre and post-op care.
  • Performed daily ADL's for elderly family Daily blood glucose monitoring Medication Administration

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48. Lab Tests

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Here's how Lab Tests is used in Clinical Medical Assistant jobs:
  • Performed lab tests (blood, urine and other bodily fluids) and communicated results when necessary.
  • Assessed need for office visits, obtained and interpreted appropriate lab tests as directed by physician.
  • Performed in-house lab tests, administered breathing treatments and immunizations (VFC and private).
  • Assist in ordering lab tests and x-rays in CHCS I for Phase II physicals.
  • Assisted and observed physician physical exams, procedures, and lab tests.
  • Care & education, procedures, lab tests, triage, safety team
  • Performed lab tests such as urine dip stick and pregnancy test.
  • Educated patients about their treatments Performed lab tests and communicated results.
  • Obtained and prepared stool and urine samples for lab tests.
  • Ordered all lab tests and supplies from the hospital.
  • Obtained lab tests and other results for physicians review.
  • Performed routine lab tests, vision and hearing tests.
  • Scheduled patients for follow up and lab tests.
  • Performed and documented CLIA waived lab tests accurately.
  • Perform routine lab tests and analyze samples.
  • Maintained exam rooms and supplies Assisted physicians on procedures dressings and lab tests.
  • Performed various lab tests and basic xrays.
  • Obtain current vitals, lab tests, and EKGs.

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49. Medical Instruments

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Here's how Medical Instruments is used in Clinical Medical Assistant jobs:
  • Collect and prepare laboratory specimens and perform basic laboratory tests, dispose of contaminated supplies, and sterilize medical instruments.
  • Explained medical procedures to patients, collected laboratory specimens, and sterilize medical instruments.
  • Send out various medical instruments for sterilization after procedures.
  • Cleaned medical instruments and packaged them for sterilization.
  • Dispose of contaminated supplies and sterilize medical instruments.
  • Assist with handling medical instruments, and supplies material as needed to physicians.
  • Ordered, stocked, and inventoried medical instruments and office supplies.
  • Prepared exam rooms and handled medical instruments and supplies.
  • Clean and sterilize the medical instruments regularly.
  • Clean and sterilize all medical instruments.
  • Provided a comforting and soothing environment Preparing examination and treatment rooms with necessary medical instruments and administrative paperwork.
  • Dispose of contaminated supplies properly, and clean/sterilize medical instruments as needed.
  • Clean and sterilize medical instruments, administer parenteral and oral medications.
  • process medical instruments using proper sterile processing.
  • Clean and sterilize the medical instrumentsregularly.
  • roomed patient, assisted doctor in room Cleaned and sterilized the medical instruments
  • Cleaned, packaged, and autoclaved medical instruments.
  • Assisted physicians during patient's examination Called prescriptions in to pharmacies Sterilized medical instruments and collected data samples
  • Call in and fax prescriptions to pharmacies Collect laboratory specimens Sterilize medical instruments Assist physician with examinations and minor surgeries.
  • Prepared and administered medications as directed Proficient with electrocardiograms Prepared patients for examinations Collected laboratory specimen for testing Sterilization of medical instruments

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50. CPT

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Here's how CPT is used in Clinical Medical Assistant jobs:
  • Prepare financial reports, review clinical charge forms and applied appropriate CPT and ICD-9CM coding and governmental guidelines.
  • Performed general clerical duties, and entered ICD-9 and CPT codes using various EMR systems.
  • Coded all office visits and procedures with ICD-9 and CPT codes for billing.
  • Coded records by following Prescribed coding standards such as ICD-9 and CPT.
  • Recorded the appropriate use of CPT and ICD-9 coding for billing support.
  • Completed forms needed for lab testing, included appropriate CPT/ICD-9 coding.
  • Used ICD-9 and CPT coding for correct patient billing.
  • Trained and supervised nursing skills and CPT/ICD coding.
  • Code all visits in ICD-9 and CPT for billing.
  • Code and enter office and facility charges using ICD-9 and CPT codes using Misys billing software.
  • Served as lesion between physicians and insurance companies, including CPT and DX codes.
  • Interpreted medical reports to apply appropriate ICD-9 ICD-10, CPT-4 andHCPCS codes.
  • Directed/Handled patient complaints appropriately Scheduled patient for appointments Determined the appropriate ICD-9 and CPT codes for proper billing
  • School Based Health) Currently I work fulltime at the School Based Health Center as the Medical Assistant / CPT.

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20 Most Common Skill for a Clinical Medical Assistant

Patient Care15.7%
Office Supplies14%
EKG8.1%
Vital Signs7.9%
Laboratory Specimens6.5%
Medical Records6.3%
Exam Rooms5.4%
Phlebotomy5.2%

Typical Skill-Sets Required For A Clinical Medical Assistant

RankSkillPercentage of ResumesPercentage
1
1
Patient Care
Patient Care
12.5%
12.5%
2
2
Office Supplies
Office Supplies
11.1%
11.1%
3
3
EKG
EKG
6.5%
6.5%
4
4
Vital Signs
Vital Signs
6.3%
6.3%
5
5
Laboratory Specimens
Laboratory Specimens
5.2%
5.2%
6
6
Medical Records
Medical Records
5%
5%
7
7
Exam Rooms
Exam Rooms
4.3%
4.3%
8
8
Phlebotomy
Phlebotomy
4.1%
4.1%
9
9
Phone Triage
Phone Triage
3.3%
3.3%
10
10
Clinical Staff
Clinical Staff
3%
3%
11
11
Appointment Scheduling
Appointment Scheduling
2.7%
2.7%
12
12
Urinalysis
Urinalysis
2.4%
2.4%
13
13
Venipuncture
Venipuncture
2.1%
2.1%
14
14
Front Desk
Front Desk
2%
2%
15
15
Insurance Companies
Insurance Companies
1.9%
1.9%
16
16
Drawing Blood
Drawing Blood
1.8%
1.8%
17
17
Blood Pressure
Blood Pressure
1.6%
1.6%
18
18
Back Office
Back Office
1.4%
1.4%
19
19
Phone Calls
Phone Calls
1.3%
1.3%
20
20
Test Cases
Test Cases
1.3%
1.3%
21
21
Data Entry
Data Entry
1.1%
1.1%
22
22
Surgical Procedures
Surgical Procedures
1.1%
1.1%
23
23
Scheduling Appointments
Scheduling Appointments
1%
1%
24
24
Prescription Refills
Prescription Refills
1%
1%
25
25
Medical Supplies
Medical Supplies
0.9%
0.9%
26
26
Customer Service
Customer Service
0.9%
0.9%
27
27
Osha
Osha
0.8%
0.8%
28
28
Internal Medicine
Internal Medicine
0.8%
0.8%
29
29
Patient Rooms
Patient Rooms
0.8%
0.8%
30
30
Lab Results
Lab Results
0.7%
0.7%
31
31
Hipaa
Hipaa
0.7%
0.7%
32
32
Treatment Procedures
Treatment Procedures
0.7%
0.7%
33
33
Medical Procedures
Medical Procedures
0.7%
0.7%
34
34
EHR
EHR
0.6%
0.6%
35
35
Externship
Externship
0.6%
0.6%
36
36
Vital Statistics
Vital Statistics
0.6%
0.6%
37
37
CPR
CPR
0.6%
0.6%
38
38
Suture Removal
Suture Removal
0.6%
0.6%
39
39
Administer Medications
Administer Medications
0.6%
0.6%
40
40
Clia
Clia
0.6%
0.6%
41
41
PAP Smears
PAP Smears
0.6%
0.6%
42
42
Medical Equipment
Medical Equipment
0.5%
0.5%
43
43
Medical Assistants
Medical Assistants
0.5%
0.5%
44
44
Patient Intake
Patient Intake
0.5%
0.5%
45
45
PFT
PFT
0.5%
0.5%
46
46
Hippa
Hippa
0.5%
0.5%
47
47
Medication Administration
Medication Administration
0.5%
0.5%
48
48
Lab Tests
Lab Tests
0.5%
0.5%
49
49
Medical Instruments
Medical Instruments
0.4%
0.4%
50
50
CPT
CPT
0.4%
0.4%

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